68 Coronet R/T Convertible
I have a numbers matching barn find. 68 Coronet R/T Convertible and yes it's yellow. SS1. How many yellow ones were made and how many to Canada. 440 automatic with centre console and bulk interior. And yes all numbers match. Just wondering how many and whats it worth in the US when i'm done doing resto
No data re: Options, colors was compiled, so I can’t help on that, sorry.
The value depends on so many factors, #1 being what the buyer is willing to pay (duh). If the car is restored to OEM / concours / platinum levels, i.e., zero bondo, no clearcoat, date coded components, no serious blunders (e.g.: blackout missing, unpainted exhaust manifolds, etc.), and has at least some of the desirable options (TicTocTach, wood-grain steering wheel, disc brakes, power windows, etc.), and they are original, and you have a data plate and broadcast sheet to prove it, and all numbers match, you might, if the planets align, fetch upwards of US$100K.
If none of these conditions apply,even if very presentable, maybe half of that.
The bulk interior worries me. Oats, hay, etc. would not be a huge problem, but sand, gravel, or or other aggregates would. ;→
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